Fish and Pond
We went behind the scenes with Brett Raymer and Wayde King, stars of Animal Planet’s “Tanked” to talk about retail education.
Nano tanks are appealing to customers who want a smaller-scale setup.
We went behind the scenes with Brett Raymer and Wayde King, stars of Animal Planet’s “Tanked” to talk about the future of aquatics.
From desktop jellyfish tanks to Coral Gumbo, new products and corals being placed on the Endangered Species Act were hot topics MACNA in Denver.
MACNA 2014, held at the Denver Convention Center, brought together retailers, manufacturers and hobbyists for a weekend of all things aquatics, including new products and educational seminars.
Knowledgeable employees help customers keep their pond healthy.
The pet product distributor added 10 more aquatic vendors at their recent Northeast Show in Connecticut, and has extended many of their aquatic lines.
Selling the right filter for the right pond keeps customers coming back.
The right starter kits convince potential aquarists to take the plunge.
Fresher, higher-quality frozen and live fish foods are becoming popular.
Understanding water issues customers may face will improve their chances of success.
Educating both employees and the customer is critical to the hobby.
Expanding the popular West Coast-based trade show to Florida signals growth in the aqautics industry fronm both retailers and consumers
Understanding the key elements when it comes to what customers want will sell more fish food.
It’s the perfect time for retail staff to brush up on their pond plant knowledge.